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When plugins go berzerk

WordPress amazes me more and more the newer the
releases become. While security reasons are important
to perform updates, the added new features can become
a real nuisance.

Every new update is like a “hot seat” with the question: “What will be broken after the update. Today I noticed that the “jquery Updater” plugin caused an interesting behavior. Titles of the widgets were radically hidden with the dynamically added “display: none” tag in the style section.

I don’t know where this comes from nor have I set up something like that. It just kept hiding my widget titles for absolutely no reason. So deactivating the plugin restored the original design again. But sad to sacrifice up-to-date compatibility for the sake of design breaks as some plugins know it better how my site has to be styled.

I hope the deactivation of the jquery updater does not interfere with any other plugins I have running. If you experience any user experience flaws (non-working widgets/plugins, posts that seem to miss features etc.) – let me know!

I will keep an eye on that… stay tuned.

As a matter of fact, jquery Updater was the one culprit. Deactivating however broke several functionalities. Fancybox 3 also caused some glitches (i.e. non-working links etc.) and last but not least it seems that some plugins were causing trouble at all (uji countdown… a plugin I’ve paid money for but was causing severe php issues rendering WP unusable at all!). With Jquery Version Control I was able to narrow down the erroneous behavior to certain JQuery Migrate versions and JQuery Core versions.

 

Finally found the necessary settings to have all working as desired… so far…


June 26, 2018 Netspark - 1589 posts - Member since: May 9th, 2011 No Comments »

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